Prince William and Kate Middleton have reportedly worked things out regarding their three kids' positions in the royal family. As Prince Harry revealed in his memoir, "Spare," he feared Princess Charlotte might end up like him, a spare to her older brother, Prince George. It looks like the Wales have arranged everything.

A royal expert claimed Prince William and Kate "have it all worked out" when it comes to navigating their second and third kids, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, positions with the royal family. So, is it possible that they will end up like their father and uncle, Prince Harry?

Speaking on the podcast "Dynasty," Katie Nicholl revealed young Wales are enjoying a childhood that King Charles and Princess Diana's sons didn't have the chance to enjoy, per Express. The Prince and Princess of Wales channel everything they can into raising their kids, making them understand their royal status while letting them know they're ordinary children, too.

The royal correspondent continued that no one wanted the next generation to experience what the Duke of Sussex had experienced, admitting it wasn't a "pretty picture." Seeing how the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall raise their kids, they have kept them away from the spotlight, letting them study in ordinary schools, living in a regular cottage, having bucket and spade holidays, and teaching them to sail.

Despite the questions surrounding Prince Charlotte being a spare, her parents, Prince William and Kate, have gotten it all worked out.

Meanwhile, King Charles III's coronation is near, so will fans get to see Prince George and his siblings participating in the event? Hello! Magazine claimed the three would likely come on the big day.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will surely be there to watch the coronation at Westminster Abbey. However, it remains to be seen if Prince Louis will be in attendance since he's still too young to attend such a formal event, though the future king and queen consort may make an exception.

But what may be sure is that Prince Louis will attend the big concert with his family after the event. For starters, his attendance at the Platinum Party at the palace went famous for his cheeky behavior.

At one point, he was seen sitting on King Charles' knee, showing his close bond with his grandfather. On other occasions, he grabbed his granddad's nose in his official birthday portraits, waved at him energetically, and tried to get over to him on the Bucking Palace balcony by cutting in front of his late great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.